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Asian Tribune is published by E-LANKA MEDIA(PVT)Ltd. Vol. 20 No. 102

LTTE's talks to centre on the disarming the paramilitaries

[b]LTTE's talks to centre on the disarming the paramilitaries [/b]

[b]Colombo, 26 January, ( [/b]At last the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam has seized the opportunity to negotiate with the Government of Sri Lanka about the Ceasefire Agreement in February. They are of the opinion that by coercing the Sri Lanka Government for a strict enforcement of the outdated ceasefire agreement, they will be able rid the stiffest challenges they faces at present in the Eastern province.

It was highlighted that the talks mainly centered around the e so-called para-military forces that are considered stiffest opponents of the LTTE for their survival in the East. Yesterday LTTE has demanded that the para-military forces must be demobilized and disarmed by the Sri Lanka Government.

The leader of the Tamil Tiger organization accepted Geneva as the venue for the forthcoming peace talks, with the Government of Sri Lanka and the Talks are anticipated to be held somewhere in the middle of February.

The LTTE delegation to Geneva talks will comprise of Chief Negotiator Anton Balasingham, Political Head S. P. Tamilselvan, Col. Jeyam, Police Chief B. Nadesan, Adele Balasingham and Batticaloa District Political Head Ilanthirayan (Marshall), who was recently disgraced for his immoral activities.

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